Hui Whakatuwhera Open Day 2022
22 July 2022 | Events
Register now for Hui Whakatuwhera Open Day 2022
It's your chance to find out how our specialist, land-based qualifications can grow into amazing career opportunities, especially in the thriving food and fibre industries but also in important roles in government, private sector planning/design, and management.
Date: Friday 22 July, 10am-4pm
Location: On-campus. Check-in at Te Kete Ika
- Presentations on qualifications, scholarships and accommodation
- Expo areas where you can talk to lecturers, career and industry experts
- Campus and accommodation tours every half hour
- Help with applying to study at Lincoln
- A chance to refuel with tasty kai from food trucks.
Make sure you register to attend so we can tell you more about Hui Whakatuwhera Open Day and how to make the most of your time on-campus.
Getting to Lincoln
There are lots of options available:
If you are arriving at Christchurch Airport and need assistance travelling to Lincoln University there are local shuttle services available. NZ Look Shuttles operate between Christchurch and Selwyn, where Lincoln is located. Costs and online bookings are available on the NZLookShuttles website.
The main bus stop is outside the Forbes building by the Gate 1 campus entrance. See metroinfo.co.nz for full service and timetable info. Catch the 80 to Lincoln Township and Christchurch Bus Interchange or 820 to Rolleston and Springston.
Your own vehicle
If you are bringing your electric vehicle to Hui Whakatūwhera Open Day we have car charging stations in our Orchard car park, near the Old Printery building and behind the Dairy (please see EV signs on the campus map), which are available for you to use if needed. There is a time limit (180 minutes). Please note the parking sites usually have high usage.
We also have Locky Dock e-bike charging stations outside the George Forbes building, which are also secure places to lock-up yopur cycle or scooter.
Signage will guide you to free parking on our campus. You will be guided from there to our Welcome Zone to check-in. At Lincoln we have specially priority parking for people who carpool.
If you need accommodation you can stay near to the University in Lincoln township or in Christchurch (Riccarton is a handy location to stay and is only about 25 mins drive).
Our campus sits in the Lincoln township, a friendly and thriving village with a population of around 4000, in the heart of Canterbury. It has cafes and pubs, as well as a supermarket and other shops and services.